Color Photography from Russia in the Early 1900’s - Nocturne - Yahoo!ブログ
1907-1915 Prokudin-Gorksii captures the traditional dress, jewelry and hairstyle of an Uzbek woman standing on a richly decorated carpet at the entrance to a yurt, a portable tent used for housing by the nomadic peoples of Central Asia.
Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky became photographically renowned in Russia for a color portrait of Tolstoy. It was this fame that brought him to Tsar Nicholas II.
ca. 1907-1915 Ethnic Russian settlers to the Mugan Steppe region established a small settlement named Grafovka, immediately north of the border with Persia. Settlement of Russians in non-European parts of the empire, and particularly in border regions, was encouraged by the government and accounts for much of the Russian migration to Siberia, the Far East and the Caucasus regions.
Here are the dignitaries, scholars and schoolboys of the city in their best clothes, alongside the poor.
The Reel Foto: Albert Kahn: The Early 20th Century in Color
originally in black and white. 1905 uzbekistan
Roaring into Sacramento on Monday morning, July 30, 1945, a special train of seven cars brought some 450 Japanese American residents of California back to their homes after staying over three years at the Rohwer Center of the War Relocation Authority, in McGehee, Arkansas.